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The KDA and K-State Research and Extension (KSRE) will offer virtual workshops Feb. 6 to 10 to assist farmers’ market vendors and managers, and also for those wanting to sell food products directly to consumers. more
The Shawnee Tribe says it wants to take over ownership of a Kansas historical site that might contain unmarked graves of Native American students. The Shawnee Tribe released an architectural survey … more
Former Kansas Attorney General Robert Stephan has died. His brother, Don Stephan, told Kansas media Tuesday that the former attorney general died overnight at the age of 89. A cause of death was not … more
The Kansas Department of Commerce announced Tuesday that $50 million will fund a second round of projects under the Building a Stronger Economy (BASE) grant program. more
Kansas City Star. December 29, 2022. Editorial: Kansas Legislature, listen to the people on Medicaid expansion, marijuana and more The Kansas Legislature will face a long list of to-do items … more
With temperatures dropping and winter weather arriving in Kansas, the Kansas Department for Children and Families (DCF) is once again offering its Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) to help families struggling to pay their heating bills during the winter months.  more
Police in Kansas City, Kansas, have identified the man killed last week after a confrontation with police. The man was identified Monday as 53-year-old Thomas Marshall of Kansas City, Kansas. Police … more
Officials are investigating a fatal police shooting in a Olathe, Kansas, on New Year's Eve. Olathe police said in a news release that an officer shot and killed a 27-year-old man after being called … more
Associated Press Louisiana Daybook for Saturday, Dec. 31.The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to … more
Police in Kansas City, Kansas, are investigating after officers shot and killed a man following a chase. The Kansas City Star reports that Kansas City Police Capt. Leslie Foreman said a man called … more
Incoming Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach agreed to help pay a $30,000 penalty to resolve a Federal Election Commission complaint. The FEC reported Friday that it had approved an agreement with … more
Next Friday, Jan. 6, the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a legislative sendoff at Pittsburg State University’s Wilkinson Alumni Center for area lawmakers before they head off to Topeka to begin their new terms.  more
A pipeline operator has put a damaged section in Kansas back into service, a little more than three weeks after a spill dumped 14,000 barrels of crude oil into a creek. Canada-based T.C. Energy … more
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly has become one of the first Democratic governors to ban the use of TikTok on state-issued devices. Her action Wednesday to restrict the popular social media app comes five … more
Longtime Kansas newspaper publisher and former Pulitzer Prize Board Chair Edward Seaton has died at 79. His son Ned told The Manhattan Mercury that Edward Seaton died Monday night of natural causes … more
Kansas City Star. December 22, 2022. Editorial: Sports betting has been sort of a dud in Kansas. Why would Missouri copy the mistake? Missouri lawmakers should proceed carefully as they … more
Kansas City Star. December 26, 2022. Editorial: Bill to impeach Kansas Supreme Court justices is just a new attack on abortion rights At least one Kansas lawmaker, apparently unsatisfied … more
The Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CEDBR) at Wichita State University has announced a preliminary list of its upcoming events for 2023, starting with several in Southeast Kansas at the end of January.  more
Millions of Americans are facing blinding blizzards, freezing rain, flooding and life-threatening cold through Christmas as a winter storm of unprecedented scope smashes its frigid way through most … more
The operator of a pipeline that spilled about 14,000 barrels of heavy crude oil into a northeastern Kansas creek says it has permission from U.S. government regulators to reopen the repaired segment … more
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